Aoi Sora is an adult film star who has over 333,000 followers on Twitter, according to MSNBC
. However it's her response, or lack thereof, to one fan that has made the 28-year-old performer the defendant in a lawsuit. A Japanese man who claims he is an educational reporter states he created numerous accounts in a bid to get the star of Revenge: A Love Story
and Big (Chest) Zombie
to follow him on twitter.
The Tokyo Reporter
states the man is demanding her account also be terminated after repeated requests that included, "I am a fan of yours; please follow me,” “Please consider following,” “How’s work? Your English is getting better. Please follow me,” and, in the end, he wrote in English, “Please follow me."
The Reporter went on to say that the man suing Sora also made repeated requests to television legal affairs commentator Toru Hashimoto and was also rejected. Fans of Aoi Sora have taken to Facebook to expose the plaintiff's background as well as publish his address, the Reporter stated.
When Aoi Sora first joined
Twitter, it was unknown whether it was the adult actress or a fake account. Interest in Sora's tweets was so high that Chinese fans shared software to unblock the social network in the communist country. According to the Tokyo Reporter, it was the confusion over the authenticity of Sora's account that led the man to contact her so much in the first place.
Maybe the rejection line needs to come to Twitter.